BROADCASTS

BROADCASTS OF GARY NOLAND'S COMPOSITIONS


March 14th, 2009: "Index Dementia" (from "24 Postludes for Piano" vo. 1). Robert McBride's show "Club Mod" in Tribute to Lukas Foss, KBPS, Portland, Oregon.


February 14, 2009: "Septet" (Op. 43). Robert McBride's show "Club Mod" on Oregon composers, KBPS, Portland, Oregon.


November 9th, 2008: Effete Stinkopations" (from "24 Postludes for Piano" vol. 1).  KALX, Berkeley, CA.


April 27th, 2008: "Effete Stinkopations" (from "24 Postludes for Piano" vol. 1). Difficult Listening, RTRFM 92.1, Perth, Western Australia.

January 14th, 2007: “My Babe’s Gone Down to Do Her Glue” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Rorschach’s Dance: Pieces to Fall, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

January 13th, 2007: “Grey Malignant Banks” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Science Radio, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

December 14th, 2006: “My Babe’s Gone Down to Do Her Glue” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”) beat-net chapter 55.0: cognitive underload, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

December 4th, 2006: Pre-recorded interview of Gary Noland and music selections, including “Grande Rag Brillante” (Op. 15) on David Reffkin’s The Ragtime Machine, KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco.

 

November 30th, 2006: “Spray Taint” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”) Cognitive Overload, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

November 23rd, 2006: “Prelude & Zootrot” (Op. 22) (from “Royal Oilworks Music”) Cognitive Overload, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

November 23rd, 2006: “Music is Dead: A Paradox in Fugue” (Op. 53) (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Thanksgiving Pre-Hangover, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

November 21st, 2006: “Ragbones” (Op. 11) (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Mood Swings, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

November 16th, 2006: “Psycho-Bacchanal” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”) Cognitive Overload, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

November 14th, 2006: “Royal Oilworks Music (from CD of same title) Subcutaneous Phycomycosis, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

September, 2006: Pre-recorded interview of Gary Noland and selections from Postludes Vol. 2 on David Reffkin’s Classical Salon, KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco.

 

July 18th, 2006: “My Babe’s Gone Down to Do Her Glue” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Joel Krutt’s program, “Pushing the Envelope,” WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut.

 

April 29th, 2006: “Psycho-Bacchanal” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Monster Zero Show, KALX Berkeley 90.7 FM, Berkeley, CA.

 

April 9th, 2006: “Spray Taint” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

March 5th, 2006: “Insurrection of the Office Slaves” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

  

March, 2006: Psychonipptions” (No. 5 of “24 Postludes for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), Art of the States, WGBH, Boston, MA.

 

February 26th, 2006: “Something Rotten” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

February 26th, 2006: “My Babe’s Gone Down to Do Her Glue” (from “Royal Oilworks Music”), Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

January 18th, 2006: “Espresso Wagon” (No. 3 of “24 Interludes for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), Asymptotic Subbing for Blu G (DJ: Anna Charlotte), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

January 14th, 2006: “Espresso Wagon” (No. 3 of “24 Interludes for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), Killer Yellow (DJ: Jin), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

January 6th, 2006: repeat broadcast of 90-minute “Gary Noland Show” along with interview by Canary Burton. “Sevenupmanship,” “Confusion Worse Confounded,” (Nos. 11 and 12 from “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), “Flagrante Delicto” (No. 13 from “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 2), “Perfessor Xeroxburger’s Ravery,” (No. 7 from “24 Postludes” for piano, vol. 1), “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (Op. 24), and first six cuts from “Venge Art” fascicle #1 (Op. 39). “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Provincetown, MA.

 

January 6th, 2006: “Pseudodoxes and Crocodilities” (No. 6 of of “24 Interludes for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), Eels in the Loo (DJ: Red) , KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

December 30th, 2005: “Sevenupmanship” (No. 11 of of “24 Interludes for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), No Cover No Minimum (DJ: Fo), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

August 8th, 2005: “Confusion Worse Confounded” (No. 12 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

July 19th, 2005: “Gillygallay” (No. 2 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

July 12th, 2005: “Philomathetique,” Effete Stinkopations,” De Rigueur Mortis,” “Pickthanks and Prickmedainties” (Nos. 1–4 from “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1) on Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Provincetown, MA.

 

June 30th, 2005: “Pterodactyl Dit” (No. 9 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

June 4th, 2005: “Pterodactyl Dit” (No. 9 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

May 15th, 2005: “Pterodactyl Dit” (No. 9 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

May 12th, 2005: “Push-Button Fingers” (No. 4 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

May 7th, 2005: “Psychonipptions” (No. 5 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “The Dog and Pony Show” (DJ: Alex), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 30th, 2005: “Pickthanks and Prickmedainties” (No. 4 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “The Dog and Pony Show” (DJ: Alex), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 26th, 2005: “Philomathetique” (No. 1 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “The Pianist’s Panoply” (DJ: Peter), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 23th, 2005: “Psychonipptions” (No. 5 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “The Dog and Pony Show” (DJ: Alex), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 16th, 2005: “Philomathetique” (No. 1 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “The Dog and Pony Show” (DJ: Alex), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 16th, 2005: “Gillygallay” (No. 2 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

April 15th, 2005: “Effete Stinkopations” (No. 2 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “Memory Select” (DJ: Wedge), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 13th, 2005: “Pickthanks and Prickmedainties” (No. 4 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), “Brownian Motion” (DJ: Anna Charlotte), KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

April 4th, 2005: “Confusion Worse Confounded” (No. 12 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

April 3rd, 2005: “Pterodactyl Dit” (No. 9 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

March 29th, 2005: “Philomathetique” (No. 1 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1), Umami Jazz, KZSU 90.3 FM, Stanford, CA.

 

February 22nd, 2005: 90-minute “Gary Noland Show” along with interview by Canary Burton. “Sevenupmanship,” “Confusion Worse Confounded,” (Nos. 11 and 12 from “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), “Flagrante Delicto” (No. 13 from “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 2), “Perfessor Xeroxburger’s Ravery,” (No. 7 from “24 Postludes” for piano, vol. 1), “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (Op. 24), and first six cuts from “Venge Art” fascicle #1 (Op. 39). “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Provincetown, MA.

 

February 3rd, 2005: “Push-Button Fingers” (No. 4 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

January 28th, 2005: “Push-Button Fingers” (No. 4 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

January 19th, 2005: “Valediction” (in memoriam Jon Sutton) from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 24), KWAX, 91.1FM, Eugene, OR.

 

January 18th, 2005: “Philomathetique,” “Effete Stinkopations,” “De Rigueur Mortis,” “Pickthanks and Prickmedainties,” “Psychonipptions,” and “Frivolization Asserts Itself” (Nos. 1–6 of “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72, vol. 1) on Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Provincetown, MA.

 

January, 2005: “Follywood Bubble” (No. 10 of “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), KWAX, 91.1FM, Eugene, OR.

 

January 8th, 2005: “Pterodactyl Dit” (No. 9 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

January 5th, 2005: “Confusion Worse Confounded (No. 12 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

December 26th, 2004: “Push-Button Fingers” and “Stupersize it!” for piano (Nos. 4 and 7 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

December 21st, 2004: “Pterodactyl Dit” (No. 9 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

December 17th, 2004:  “Pseudodoxes and Crocodilities” (No. 6 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), Funkster Scottom’s program on WRUV 90.1 FM, Burlington, Vermont.

 

December 17th, 2004: “Gillygalay” (No. 2 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

December 13th, 2004: “Gillygalay” (No. 2 of “24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

December 12th, 2004: “Stupersize It!”, “Follywood Bubble”, and “It Takes Three …” (Nos. 7, 9, and 10 from“24 Interludes” for piano, Op. 71, vol. 1). National Public Radio’s “Theme and Variations,” hosted by Will Everett, Treehouse Productions, Port Isabel, Texas.  Numerous broadcast outlets located throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Guam.

  

December 5th, 2004: “Push-Button Fingers” (No. 4 of “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

November 28th, 2004: “Follywood Bubble” (No. 10 of “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

November 22nd, 2004: “Confusion Worse Confounded” (No. 12 of “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

November 20th, 2004: “Confusion Worse Confounded” (No. 12 of “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1), sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

November 16th, 2004: “Mumbo Gumbo,” “Gillygalay,” “Espresso Wagon,” Push-Button Fingers,” and “The Temptation of Saint Floyd” (Nos. 1–5 of “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1) on Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Provincetown, MA.

 

November 2nd, 2004: Entire “Venge Art” CD on Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Provincetown, MA.

 

November 1st, 2004: “Espresso Wagon” (Op. 71, No. 3) and “Push-Button Fingers” (Op. 71, No. 4) for piano (from “24 Interludes” for piano, Vol. 1), “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15), narration of “Vain and Abel” (Op. 73) by composer, “Philomathetique” (in memoriam David Lewin), “Effete Stinkopations,” “De Rigueur Mortis,” “Pickthanks and Prickmedainties,” and “Psychonniptions” (nos. 1–5 from “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72), “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Two-hour show with live telephone interview on “Monday Afternoon Classics with Gandalf,” WJFF 90.5fm, Jeffersonville, NY and 94.5fm, Monticello, NY.

 

October, 2004—present:  “24 Interludes” for piano, vol. 1 (Op. 71) currently in rotation, sfSoundRadio online broadcast, Oakland, CA.

 

October 25th, 2004: First six cuts from “Selected Music from Venge Art”:  “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (Op. 24), “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3), “Pornomusik” No. 1 (Op. 48, No. 1), “Amerikan Bozo Dance” for string quartet (Op. 32, No. 8), “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5), “Septet” for clarinet, alto sax, French horn, two violins, double bass, and piano (Op. 43). Two-hour show with live telephone interview on “Monday Afternoon Classics with Gandalf,” WJFF 90.5fm, Jeffersonville, NY and 94.5fm, Monticello, NY.

 

October 24th, 2004: “Philomathetique” (in memoriam David Lewin) for piano (Op. 72, No. 1 from “24 Postludes” for piano, vol. 1), DIFFICULT LISTENING, Public Radio RTR FM (92.1), Perth, Western Australia.

 

October, 2004: Selections from “24 Interludes” for piano, Vol. 1 (Op. 71), KSPC 88.7FM, Claremont, CA.

 

October 5th, 2004: “Philomathetique,” “Effete Stinkopations,” “De Rigueur Mortis,” “Pickthanks and Prickmedainties,” and “Psychonniptions” (nos. 1–5 from “24 Postludes” for piano, Op. 72) on Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Cape Cod, MA.

 

September 29th, 2004—present: “Espresso Wagon” from “24 Interludes” for piano (Op. 71, vol. 1) on NPR’s All Songs Considered, “Open Mic” (Stage 53) website.

 

Currently: “Effete Stinkopations” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, vol. 1, No. 2) used as opening music to “one of [David Reffkin’s] ragtime shows,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco, CA.

 

November, 2003-Present:  Numerous airings from “Twenty-Four Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, Volume 1) “Classical Faire,” KEDT/KVRT Radio, Corpus Christie, TX.

 

1991–Present: Numerous airings of various pieces on David Reffkin’s programs “Classical Salon” and the “Ragtime Machine,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco, CA.

 

September 16th, 2004: “Effete Stinkopations” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, vol. 1, No. 2) on D.J. Bob Falesch’s Jazz program, WNUR 89.3FM, Evanston, IL.

 

September 9th, 2004: “Perfessor Xeroxburger’s Ravery” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 7). Joel Krutt’s program, “Pushing the Envelope,” WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut.

 

September 8th, 2004: “Psychonipptions” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 5), KWAX, 91.1FM, Eugene, OR.

 

August 1st, 2004: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

May 28th, 2004: “P****musik” No. 1 (Op. 48, No. 1), “Amerikan Bozo Dance” for string quartet (Op. 32, No. 8), “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Musica Esoterica, KWUR 90.3 FM, St. Louis Underground Radio, Washington University, St. Louis, MO.

 

April 29th, 2004: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Ragtime America with Jack Rummel, KGNU 88.5 FM, Boulder, CO.

 

March 28th, 2004: “Perfessor Xeroxburger’s Ravery” and “Careero-Phlegmatic Blah-Blahs” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, Nos. 7 and 8). Joel Krutt’s program, “Pushing the Envelope,” WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut.

 

March 2nd, 2004:  “Flagrante Delicto” and  “Biedermeier Infrunitions” from “Twenty-Four Interludes” for piano (Op. 71, Volume 2), Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Cape Cod, MA.

 

February 16th, 2004: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10), Marvin Rosen’s program “Classical Discoveries,” WPRB 103.3FM, Princeton, NJ.

 

February 2nd, 2004:  “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15), “P****musik” (Op. 48, Nos. 6 and 9), and “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10), Canary Burton’s program “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Cape Cod, MA.

 

January 17th, 2004:  “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

January 12th, 2004: “P****musik” Nos. 6 & 9 (Op. 48, Nos. 6 & 9). “Prem Lall’s Program,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco, CA.

           

January 3rd, 2004:  “Mr. Bighead Goes to Town” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 10). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

January 3rd, 2004: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

January 2nd, 2004:  Miscellaneous “Postludes” and “Interludes” for piano (Op. 71 and Op. 72). Artsline interview with Caitriona Bolster, KWAX 91.1FM, Eugene, Oregon.

 

December 27th, 2003:  “Perfessor Xeroxburger’s Ravery” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 7). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

December 27th, 2003:  “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

December 12th, 2003: “Espresso Wagon” from “24 Interludes” for piano (Op. 71, No. 3), KWAX, 91.1FM, Eugene, OR.

 

December 3rd, 2003:  “Psychonipptions” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 5), Marvin Rosen’s program “Classical Discoveries,” WPRB 103.3FM, Princeton, NJ.

 

December, 2003:  “Frivolization Asserts Itself” from “24 Postludes” for piano (Op. 72, No. 6) and other pieces the same set, KWAX 91.1FM, Eugene, Oregon.

 

October 12th, 2003: “Amerikan Bozo Dance” for string quartet (Op. 32, No. 8). Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

October 5th, 2003: “P****Musik” Nos. 1 and 4 (Op. 48, Nos. 1 and 4).  Max Shea’s program, Martian Gardens,” WMUA 91.1FM, Amherst, MA.

 

September 30th, 2003:  “Stupersize It!” from “24 Interludes” for piano (Op. 71, No. 3), KWAX, 91.1FM, Eugene, OR.

 

September, 2003:  Various selections from “24 Interludes” (Op. 71, Volumes 1 and 2), KWAX, 91.1FM, Eugene, OR.

 

August—September, 2003:  Daily airings of each of the “Twenty-Four Interludes” for piano (Op. 71, Volumes 1 and 2) “Classical Faire,” KEDT/KVRT Radio, Corpus Christie, TX.

 

June 1st, 2003: “Humoresque” (Op. 3) and “Russell Street Rag” (Op. 5) for piano. National Public Radio’s “Theme and Variations,” hosted by Will Everett, Treehouse Productions, Port Isabel, Texas.  Numerous broadcast outlets located throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Guam. Interviewed by Will Everett.

 

June 1st, 2003: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). National Public Radio’s “Theme and Variations,” hosted by Will Everett, Treehouse Productions, Port Isabel, Texas.  Numerous broadcast outlets located throughout the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Guam. Interviewed by Will Everett.

 

April 22nd, 2003: Various pieces from CD “Gary Noland:  Selected Music from VENGE ART.” Canary Burton’s program, “The Latest Score,” WOMR Radio 92.1FM, Cape Cod, MA.

 

January-March, 2003: Complete CD: “Gary Noland:  Selected Music from VENGE ART.” Johnna Zimmerman’s program, “Classical Fare,” KEDT/KVRT Radio, Corpus Christie, Texas. 

 

January 5th, 2003: “Pornomusik” Nos. 1 and 4 (Op. 48, Nos. 1 and 4). “Pushing The Envelope” WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut.

 

December 30th, 2002: “Amerikan Bozo Dance” for string quartet (Op. 32, No. 8). Marvin Rosen’s program, Classical Discoveries,” WPRB 103.3FM, Princeton, NJ.

 

October 21st, 2002: “Pornomusik” No. 4 (Op. 48, No. 4). “Prem Lall’s Program,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco, CA.

 

October 14th, 2002: “Pornomusik” Nos. 6 & 9 (Op. 48, Nos. 6 & 9). “Prem Lall’s Program,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco, CA.

 

September 17th, 2002: “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello and piano (Op. 24). KWAX  91.1FM, Eugene, Oregon. Artsline interview with Caitriona Bolster. 

 

September 17th, 2002: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). KWAX 91.1FM, Eugene, Oregon.

 

September 17th, 2002: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). KWAX 91.1-FM, Eugene, Oregon.

                       

September 8th, 2002: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). “Pushing The Envelope,” WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut.

 

September 2nd, 2002:  “Amerikan Bozo Dance” for string quartet (Op. 32, No. 8).  Joel Krutt’s program, “Pushing the Envelope,” WHUS-FM, Storrs, Connecticut.

 

August, 2002: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). KWAX 91.1FM, Eugene Oregon.

 

August, 2002: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). KWAX 91.1-FM, Eugene, Oregon. 

 

March 20th, 2002, “P****musik” Nos. 4, 6 & 9 (Op. 48, Nos. 4, 6 & 9). “Words and Music,” on “FRETLESS,” a two-hour program run by ArtSound on community radio in Canberra, Australia.

 

January 24th, 2002: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). “FRETLESS,” a two-hour program run by ArtSound on community radio in Canberra, Australia.

 

January 24th, 2002:  “Amerikan Bozo Dance” for string quartet (Op. 32, No. 8). “FRETLESS,” a two-hour program run by ArtSound on community radio in Canberra, Australia.

 

September 24th, 2000: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10) from “Passion” CD. WNYC, New York City.

 

October, 1997: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Two-hour program with interview on the Seventh Species Composers Concert Series. KBOO, Portland, Oregon.

 

October, 1997: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). Two-hour program with interview on the Seventh Species Composers Concert Series. KBOO, Portland, Oregon.

 

1997: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). University of Arizona Classical Radio Station.

 

April, 1996: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). KBOO, Portland, Oregon.

 

January 6th, 1994: “Romance” for viola and piano (Op. 10). KWAX 91.1FM, Eugene, Oregon. Interviewed by Caitriona Bolster on Artsline.

 

September 22nd, 1992: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15) and “Six Lurid Albumblatts” for 1-1000 players (Op. 14). Program titled: "Piano Music with No Fingers." Hosted by Charles Amirkhanian, featured works recorded on the Yamaha Disklavier by composers Frederic Rzewski, Conlon Nancarrow, Györgi Ligeti, Leo Ornstein, and others. Interviewed by Amirkhanian. KPFA 94.1FM, Berkeley, CA.

 

October 4th, 1991: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). Yamaha Disklavier performance on KPFA, 94.1 FM, Berkeley, CA. Inauguration of the station's new Yamaha Disklavier to celebrate KPFA'S historic move to its new headquarters (paired with the world premiere of the 45-minute work “Homage to Pacifica” by composer Lou Harrison), and aired not only on KPFA but over public radio satellite to staions across the country and abroad.  Historical reference in Nicolas Slonimsky’s Music Since 1900.

 

September, 1991: “Ragbones” for piano (Op. 11). “The Ragtime Machine,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco.

 

September, 1991: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15). “The Ragtime Machine,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco.

 

September, 1991: “Russell Street Rag” for piano (Op. 5). “The Ragtime Machine,” KUSF 90.3FM, San Francisco, CA.

 

March 29th, 1991: “Grande Rag Brillante” for piano (Op. 15).  KPFA 94.1 FM, Berkeley, CA.  Interviewed by Charles Amirkhanian). 

 

February 17th, 1990: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Lisa Caliri, piano, Medford Community Cablevision Channel 3’s “Special of the Week,” Medford, Massachusetts.

 

February 14th, 1990: “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3). Lisa Caliri, piano, Medford Community Cablevision Channel 3’s “Special of the Week,” Medford, Massachusetts.

 

April, 1987: “My God, Why hast Thou Forsaken me?” setting of text from Psalm 22 for SA or TB (Op. 9). WBUR, Boston, MA.